Published on the 16th of January, 2020
Of the 88 cases attended to, 24 cases included elephants; only 8 of these cases were directly related to poaching, including 3 arrow wounds, 2 spear wounds, 2 bullet wounds and 1 snaring case. There was only 1 human-wildlife conflict case where an elephant was euthanised due to an injury most likely caused by a vehicle. Other elephant cases included 8 treatments for natural causes, 5 post-mortems, the rescue of an elephant that was found in a 40ft gorge, and the collaring of an elephant in a herd that was reportedly crop raiding.
The full report, covering all cases can be viewed below;